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Four Belizeans missing in N.Y., one at Pentagon

The massive terrorist attack on the United States of America continues to be felt here in Belize. According to Ambassador Stuart Leslie, chief of Belize’s mission to the United Nations, [...]

Airlines prepare to return stranded passengers

The grounding of all flights in and out of the United States continues to play havoc with travel to and from Belize. Although a limited number of planes were allowed [...]

Tourists wait for flights to resume

If you’ve been watching television this week you may have observed scenes of airline passengers around the world stranded at destinations often thousands of miles from home. While a significant [...]

Embassies cancel independence parties

On yesterday’s newscast, we reported on the fair organised by the Mexican Embassy at Memorial Park in Belize City. And while that event continues to run nightly, the ambassador has [...]

Latest edition of “Destination Belize” published

The Belize Tourism Industry Association has released the 2002 Destination Belize Magazine. The one hundred and ninety-four-page publication, which is described as the official visitor magazine of the country, is [...]

B.E.L. collection agency in Dangriga robbed

In crime news, an agency in Dangriga that accepts payments for B.E.L. has been robbed of over ten thousand dollars. At around four-thirty on Tuesday a tall masked man armed [...]

Dell & Sensations perform on Saturday

If you have no plans as yet for this weekend, we just might have a suggestion. Since 1979 Dell and the Sensations, a Belizean band based in Los Angeles, has [...]

Family Court provides training for clients

The Belize Family Court is an institution that many citizens, like it or not, are forced to deal with by a variety of circumstances. Today News 5′s Ann-Marie Williams visited [...]

Karl Tillett Sr., dead at 66

Well-known Belizean educator, sportsman and scoutmaster, Karl Tillett Senior, has died. He passed away peacefully in his sleep last night. Tillett taught for over forty years at the primary level [...]

Chef Maurice prepares Belizean Thai chicken

Don’t let the dreadlocks fool you, Maurice Moore is a no-nonsense chef who combines the freshest local ingredients to fashion an international cuisine that ranks with the best anywhere. Here’s [...]